German business mogul, Ursula Engelhorn is one of the richest females around the world with a net worth of $3.7 billion.
Ursula Engelhorn belongs to one of the richest family in Germany and Switzerland. With over $35 billion combined net worth with the Hoffmann-Oeri clan, Engelhorn ranks at #32 richest person in Germany while also in the list of the top 500 billionaires by Forbes.
The Engelhorn family controlled Boehringer Mannheim GmbH, a German diagnostics manufacturer which was sold for $10.2 billion by Roche in 1998. The Corange Ltd was established by four members of the Engelhorn family, Curt Engelhorn with 37.3 percent share, Christof Engelhorn and Traudl Engelhorn with 22.3 percent share, and Christa Gelpke with 18 percent share.
The family started another business with the purchase of Indianapolis based Bio-Dynamics Inc that owned DePuy and sold both of them two decades later. Ursula Engelhorn’s net worth comes from the fortune her husband left in the family after his death.
The overall fortune was split between herself, her daughter and two grandchildren from her deceased son Stefan. She currently lives in Lucerne, Switzerland.
The fortune was split between Ursula, her daughter Vera, and her two grandchildren from her deceased son Stefan. Ursula Engelhorn lives in Lucerne, Switzerland. Grabbing all the money after the death of her husband in 2010, Ursula Engelhorn’s net worth is estimated to be around $3.7 million as of today.
The Engelhorn family is still considered to be the richest families in Europe even after their split in monetary terms. They have over $35 billion amount in their names combined.